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    Can i set my favourite music as alarm tone in wp8?????
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    just copy the MP3 in Ringtones folder via Windows Explorer on PC and enjoy.. !!!!!!!! (what's with the question marks, people???!!)
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    This didn't work for me. I copied an mp3 file to my ringtone folder and it still doesn't appear under ringtones or alarm. :(
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    Nevermind.. I tried another one and it worked.. Must've not like the one I picked first!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fernandogonzalez View Post
    This didn't work for me. I copied an mp3 file to my ringtone folder and it still doesn't appear under ringtones or alarm. :(
    the only limitation is DRM
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    Does this work by putting MP3s in the notification folder? Notification sounds kinda sucky! L920.
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    AFAIK there is no "notification folder" :)
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    Nope there isn't! Tried yesterday and no luck. One of my only gripes, notification sounds are pretty bad and not many to choose from.:-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by fernandogonzalez View Post
    Nevermind.. I tried another one and it worked.. Must've not like the one I picked first!
    Search the forums. There are criteria for files so phone will recognize as a ringtone. I can't remember what all they are, but size of file is part of it. Just find a free ringtone app. If you like it, someone else has already put it in one of these apps and then all you have to do is select and download.

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